Ancillary or supporting material that, although it is not included as part of the main narrative flow of a journal article, is published with the article, for example, an appendix, glossary, or bibliographic reference list.
While ancillary material, such as appendices, may follow the entire contents of a book, a publisher may prefer that such ancillary material follow the content of the book component where it is referenced. The Book Tag Set has been designed so that ancillary material may be included in the back matter of a <book> or <book-part> element.
Conversion Note: The <sec> element can be used within the Back Matter <back> to contain material that has not been explicitly named as one of the other back matter components, for example, a table that is not named explicitly as an appendix, an acknowledgment, a glossary, etc.
<!ELEMENT back %back-model; >
(label?, title*, (ack | app-group | bio | fn-group | glossary | ref-list | notes | sec | table-wrap)*)
The following, in order:
... <book-part id="bid.2" book-part-type="chapter" book-part-number="1"> <book-part-meta>...</book-part-meta> <body> <sec id="bid.3"> <title>History</title> <p>Initially, GenBank was built and maintained at Los Alamos National Laboratory ...</p> </sec> ... </body> <back> <ref-list> <title>References</title> <ref id="bid.41"> <label>1</label> <element-citation > <person-group> <string-name><surname>Olson</surname> <given-names>M</given-names></string-name> <string-name><surname>Hood</surname> <given-names>L</given-names></string-name> <string-name><surname>Cantor</surname> <given-names>C</given-names></string-name> <string-name><surname>Botstein</surname> <given-names>D</given-names></string-name> </person-group> <article-title>A common language for physical mapping of the human genome</article-title> <source>Science</source> <year>1989</year> <volume>245</volume> <issue>4925</issue> <fpage>1434</fpage> <lpage>1435</lpage> <pub-id pub-id-type="pmid">2781285</pub-id> </element-citation> </ref> </ref-list> </back> </book-part> ...